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days of storms brought heavy rain and tornados leaving at least five people dead. seth doane reports from one of the hardest-hit cities in northwestern ohio. >> reporter: by air, the scope of this flood emerges. much of downtown findlay, ohio, is under three feet of water tonight after a violent rainstorm melting the heavy snow pack left by a near blizzard friday. >> it's getting higher and higher and we don't know what we'll do. i have never seen water like this before. >> reporter: torrents of water overtopped dams and washed through communities. flooding farm land and resting rivers at 16 feet, near record-setting river levels. near cleveland, the chagrin river broke through a dam sending 100 people fleeing to safety. when residents couldn't save themselves, rescue workers stepped in. you had to be pretty happy to see the fire department. >> yes, we were. >> reporter: surrounded by water? >> yes. basement is flooded, both streets flooded over there. >> reporter: some scrambling to gather what the water had not already carried away. the storm that brought water to ohio further sout
of heavy rain. the town of findlay in the northwest corner of the state has been hardest hit. as seth doane reports. >> reporter: by air, the scope of this flood emerges. much of downtown findlay, ohio, under six feet of water 56 a violent rainstorm melted the heavy snow pack left by a near blizzard friday. >> getting higher and higher. we don't know what we'll do. i've never seen water like this before. >> reporter: torrents of water overtopped dams and washed through communities, flooding farmnds, and cresting rivers at 16 feet, near record-setting river levels. near cleveland the chagrin river broke through a dam sending 100 people fleeing to safety. when residents couldn't save themselves, rescue workers stepped in. >> pretty happy to see the fire department. >> you surrounded by water? >> yes. >> yes, basement is flooded. whole streets are flooded over there. >> reporter: some scrambling to gather what the water had not already carried away. back here in findlay, ohio, this is the middle of downtown. main street. behind me you can see stranded cars, and closed businesses. but there is
a lion. with deadly storms and devastating floods hitting the midwest, cbs news correspondent seth doane is in hard-hit findlay, ohio, for us this morning. seth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. yes, neighborhoods here in findlay that were once along the river now appear to be more in the river. for instance, no one will be driving 25 miles per hour on this street today. residents told us as they stood in their front windows and watched the water levels rise, tensions rose, too. how high did the water get? >> it got up to those rocks down there. >> so right in front of your house? >> yes. >> reporter: this family hauled their belongings to higher ground, just one of thousands battling the floodwaters. >> this is water from the river coming right through your basement. >> yep. the pumps are able to keep up with it now. it's not as high as it was. >> this is just a fact of life for you folks? >> it seems to be in the last four or five years. >> reporter: home is the floodprone town of findlay, ohio. it's hard hit after a violent storm put dropped warm rain on a thick snow pa
, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chaseapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. [ male announcer ] the future of mobile computing starts now. the new motorola xoom. powered by the latest android technology with lightning-fast performance -- it's everything the tablet should be. ♪ i will bow to shining seas >>> here's a contradiction which i find is interesting. on one hand you're a wild rocker not afraid to defend himself his fists if need be -- >> i'm not that violent. >> but you say you may have a drinking problem, all the classic kind of signs of a big rock star. yet there's this whole different side to you which i find fascinating. that when you go home from these wild tours and you shut the door, you're this extraordinary c
, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. >>> remember to answer tonight's text question. are our nation's teachers getting the respect and pay they deserve? text a for yes. text b for no to 622639. or go to our new blog at ed.msnbc.com. i want to know what you think. i'll bring you the results later on in the show. how many ways can you be wrong about unions? >> why do i have to make sure they have fabulous benefits and tenure and a great pension? >> we'll break down the reality no one else is telling you. tonight's takedown. mike huckabee goes birther to explain barack obama's world view. >> having grown up in kenya -- >> we'll tell you what huckabee himself once said about birthers. and the wisconsin 14, still in exile. their response to walker's
on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. >>> you know what's been a great business to be in since say 9-11? oil. in the last ten years, top five oil companies made collectively almost $1 trillion in profit. not in revenue, in profit! yesterday, house democrats put forward a motion that said hey, given that, maybe we should stop providing tens of billions of taxpayer dollars in subsidies to big oil. >> let's stop sending taxpayers money to the most profitable companies in the world. the time is now to stop subsidizing the largest oil companies. i think it shocks every american taxpayer to know that they're required to fork over over $40 billion in subsidies over the next decade to the most economically profitabl
night duke and north carolina played for the acc regular-season title. here's seth curry for duke. second half, the tarheels pull away. kendall marshall spins and scores. the freshman marshall had 15. later, check out the hustle by another freshman. dawns will miss the shot. no problem. he grabs his own rebound, and does this. barns with 18, capturing the regular-season title and the top seed in the acc tournament. that's a look at sports. i'm greg toland, hope you have a good sunday. >> advancing after winning the county spelling bee last month. kim dacey has her story. >> eighth grader emily durrell is the top speller in anne arundel county. she won the county spelling bee last month. >> i was in shock. >> she came in second place last year, and this year she took home the trophy after hours of working with her language arts teacher. mrs. kapler has coached students for years preparing them for the county spelling bee. >> i like to help kids be successful. >> she said emily is one of her brightest students yet. emily moves onto the national spelling bee in washington, d.c. and m
they're super geeks and happened upon a fugitive alien on the way whose name is paul, played by seth rogen. >> what's your name? >> paul. >> what's his name? >> writer. >> i'm paul. >> kidnap a girl on the way played by kristen wiig, pursued by jason bateman and a very esteemed hollywood actress. and bill and joe also in pursuit. it's a rip-roaring comedy adventure. >> do you agree with that assessment? >> absolutely. i just laughed he would call it rip-roaring. i'm not sure that's for us to decide. >> it's for everybody else. i always go with a recorder to see if anybody is rip-roaring. i don't know what a rip-roaring laugh sounds like. do you want to do it? >> starts small and gets big. you chuckle and descend into a massive guffaw. >> i'm going to try one. >> whoa. >> i think at that point your heart explodes. >> are you going to probe us? >> why does everyone assume that? what am i doing, harvesting farts? how much can i learn from an -- >> paul can't -- as far as he's concerned they've never done that. it seems an odd thing to do. they don't have -- >> they take blood. everyone
discussions. i believe the answer to you. guest: i am very sorry for the loss of seth, but that is where we do not want to go. that is the kind of bullying consequence to the extreme that is really at the heart of the efforts of the national school boards association and, really, president obama in addressing bullying. you have a variety of tools as a board member. they're subject to your state law. school board is a great place to start a few -- if you can, like the state school board association. they have trainers cover resources, lawyers, policy experts. many of the people on staff are either former school board members said they have the tools to help the really address. we at the national school boards association can also help you. a program like students on board would have been very useful to your school board and we plan to introduce that, by the way, in california next month at our annual conference in san francisco. the state school board association is a great resource for you. i think you said that you were on the school board, but for those members who are now active, that is a
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